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Dose of competition

17 June 2013 By Reynolds Holding

The U.S. justices allowed antitrust suits against pharmaceutical firms like Solvay that pay rivals not to offer cheaper generic medicines. The practice might still pass muster, but the anticompetitive effects are clear. Drug makers may end up charging consumers less.

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